The Houston County Historical Society will host a program on archaeology at 1 p.m. Sept. 23 in the new museum in Caledonia.
Dale E. Maul, of Faribault will give a presentation about the prehistoric Native American groups in southeast Minnesota from 1400 to 1700 AD.
Photos will be presented showing artifacts from the University of Minnesota, Minnesota Science Museum, private collections, Houston County Historical Society Collections, Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center, Minnesota Historical Society, and Maul’s previous research will be shown.
Maul is a retired archaeologist, former president of Minnesota’s professional archaeologist group and is a registered professional archaeologist.
He has worked in 11 states from the Great Plains to the southern Plains.
Mervin G. Floodman, a retired archaeologist, will join Maul in reviewing artifacts brought in by the public after the presentation.
This event is free and open to the public.